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politics mixed up with their police -- mixed up with airplanes. >>> sweden leads the way and keeping their waste out of landfill sites. what can be recycled is and what cannot is burned to provide power for a quarter of a million homes. the only problem is they are not throwing away enough rubbish to feed the incinerators. sweden once your trash. >> warning that all rubbish is not rubbish, they know that recycling is an important part of life in sweden. >> now i have a big family. i have less garbage, and now i cook food. >> routine it is the result of decades of work by sweden to encourage citizens to reduce, reuse, and recycle. the amount of trash they produce is minimal and it is put to good use. this is where the rubbish ends up, any waste processing center. every year, about 300,000 tons of waste is burned, providing 200,000 homes with heat. >> 50% is household waste. 50% is industrial waste. >> the plant relies on sweden's rubbish to heat the city. >> that takes the waist up to the boiler. >> the rubbish is piled up, sorted, then burned. >> a look inside, this is 1000 degrees.
in smokeless tobacco, and the tobacco companies are banking on it. >> thank you. >> it was started in sweden, where it's getting credit for helping people quit smoking, even though it keeps them addicted to nicotine what sweden has done is traded one addiction for another addiction. >> that's true. addiction is a problem, but it's less of a problem than lung cancer. [ticking] >> its inventor and investors say it will change the way we power our homes, bypassing the traditional electric grid. is the bloom box intended to get rid of the grid? >> the bloom box is intended to replace the grid for its customers. [ticking] >> let's say if you spilled something on it... >> marty cooper looks on all this with pride, amusement, and some dismay. >> when i throw this against the wall, you--ooh. >> and with good reason. he's the father of the cell phone. >> how do i remove? i know how to add a-- but say i want to remove that one. >> welcome to 60 minutes on cnbc. i'm lesley stahl. investors always hope to be on the ground floor of the next big thing. that's why venture capitalists risk fortunes developi
wanted to go back to the point about sweden. if i were 25 and about to have a baby i would rather live in sweden. you can have child-care, you can have family leave for a year. the only disadvantage about these policies is that sometimes paid family leave will discriminate against women, but in the nordic countries and some other countries they are providing maternity care which is the answer. either use it or lose it. increasingly they're taking advantage of this. this is a question of public policy. changing the culture for store change the law. we have to do both because even new jersey and california have paid maternity leave. the only states that do so. a lot of people don't take advantage because they are afraid they won't be considered good workers. we have to get to a place in this country where we value the child, where we value the mother. one consequence of our present lack of policies is we have in the united states of america fis child poverty rate in developed countries at 22%. what has that got to do with family work policies? the best answer is still a paycheck. very ha
had the first record we were in sweden but the future king of sweden. we hung out with all kind of people who were kings and queens. and there were. tavis: you hated that first -- which raises the obvious question. you have that first single. it raises the question, which won the you absolutely adored? i know you'll love all. >> i have to say because diane sang the lead, i never got into the lyrics as much. now that i am seeing them i realize some of those songs that were released in the 1960's are so relevant today. and my being 68 and a half or more than a half but anyway, 69. seeing all the songs now i realize how wonderful the lyrics are. songs like "reflections," "you can't hurry love," these are heavy songs. you cannot say which you love best like children or grandchildren. this was we had great songs like "stoned love," those were really wonderful. it is hard to say which ones. tavis: when diana ross left the group, what made you continue? you took it up to 1977. and diana ross left in 1970. >> what happened was i always say this. we wanted - dared to dream and we made ou
but also relatively unknown holiday gift of the season. the only thing is you have to go to sweden to get one. check this out. this is a commercial for this product. guy and a girl having a little coffee, latte on a bench, get up, jackets come off. shirts come off. oh, boy. pants come off. these guy and gal are completely nude. >> like the perfect gift. i was looking for something like this. >> this isn't the gift but it's close. as you see they're walking around here, the streets just have shoes on, high fiving and that pixelated affect over their private parts. eventually as they go on, they put some pants on, that keep the pixilation going. you can see there, these look like underwear they're wearing that have sort of a pixelated graphic over the his and her naughty areas. you could say. this is actually a commercial for byorn borg pixel pants. known for his style and fashion. here's the thing. you can get a pair of these pixel pants in long john form. all you have to do is show up at a bjorn bourque store and say pixel pants and you get a pair while supplies last for free. >> is it ju
like a bulletproof vest ♪ >> what has mom going gangster. >>> three guys from sweden, taking a dip in northern australia. litchfield national park. something is about to pay them a visit. it is that something's home turf. not happy about these guys intruding. >> i don't like how you say something. >> the guy has the camera filming his buddy felix anderson. felix over here this side of the screen. >> you think we can go through this? >> i think you may already see the something blending in. >> oh. >> why get closer? why get closer? >> watch this. you think he might be playing freeze. no boom! >> oh! >> did he attack that guy? >> he jumps at him like a flying ninja. look at this. and just a split second, that thing launches itself over the rock, almost slaps felix right in the face with its head. look at that. >> get out of the water. >> this one is small. what's to say there isn't a much larger one nearby keeping an eye on his baby. >> i don't know if he knew what was on e other side of the ro in the first karate tail whacked him. >> nothing gets your adrenaline pumping like a croc
and sweden which have both opted out. european leaders need to give their seal of approval and silvia wadhwa is in brussels with the latest. sylvia, it sounds like the meeting went into the late hours of the night. it sounds like the uk and sweden got their way. how significant is this agreement? >> the early hours of the morning. one may wonder whether that's good news for sweden and the uk that they opted out of the banking supervision or whether that's good news for them in that sense that they opted out and had their way. bottom line is, we have an agreement. that's the most important thing. otherwise, they threaten meetings going between the years leading up to christmas because everybody agrees that we might have a type of agreement before the year is out. the agreement that is on the table, ecb will be the banking supervisor. the straightforward ecb supervisory council will be flanked by two other committees, a mediation committee and a steering committee. the personnel of this and the rotation principal of that yesterday to be decided. there were some sticky points and we'll move tha
of developing therapies. sweden's king carl gustov xvi awarded him the prize. after the ceremony, yamanaka said he enjoyed the ceremony, but has yet to take a close look at the medal. >>> in neighboring norway, the ceremony for the nobel peace prize has taken place. the presidents of the eu three main institutions collected their medals. european counsel president, baraso and eu parliament president martin schultz jointly accepted the prize. the prize committee said the 27-nation bloc turned europe from a continent of war into a continent of peace. rampai vowed to strengthen european unity andverce th economic crisis. however, critics say the prize is inappropriate, pointing out that the eu has failed to limit the impact of europe's economic troubles. those same critics are pointing at italy. what does this say about investors? >> it says that investors are selling bonds. that's why the yields are going up. it also implies these same people are getting cautious, incrsing cautious er the country. he says he will resign once the next budget bill is passed. the rates had been easing for about a mo
year to him and his family. >> now to a good comeback story -- sweden [indiscernible] 1 hydro when a torn achilles' tendon ruin her chance for the olympics. then came the 2005 world athletic championships in helsinki. she made it back from injury and became the world champion. >> my greatest moment on sports and i would say my life was winning the world championship. getting a gold medal was fantastic and the preparation before i tore my achilles' tendon a few weeks before the olympics was my big bill. i don't believe this to start off with leader but i learned how to walk again and eventually i managed to come back. getting a little mental break as well. it was by far the greatest. >> i remember the competition itself. were you always confident? did the fortunes rise and fall? >> i was really nervous because i felt like this was my chance to win a "bridge into a gold medal. during the helsinki games, the weather was horrible. 10 degrees, pouring down and when we walked into the stadium, this guy opened up and it was like the sun came down for the first time. then all my anxiety le
of people say the northern european countries, norway, sweden, et cetera, is socialists. is socialism a term that is outdated? >> guest: i think it is. let's take an example. car companies going bankrupt during the last cycle. america, big capitalist country, doesn't have a social safety net. so if those companies were out of work it would be a social catastrophe so the company had to bail those companies it0. sweden had a car company that went bankrupt, saab, and because of the social safety net and restraining program, they let saab go bankrupt and let the market take its course. which is more capitalist, the country with the safety net that can allow the market to do its thing or the country without one that couldn't afford to let the market do its thing. >> the title, "inc." is this a oh-too? >> i suppose you could read it that way. it's more of a cautionary tale. it's a story how the growth of the power of private actors has spent dramatically, not just in the past decade but over the past thousand years. it's a historical trend just like the evolution of democracy is a historical trend
. >> normally is different because of oil. >> i think sweden and germany -- >> in japan. i'd be careful about drawing too much for japan. i think that sweden, denmark and germany are really interesting and what they've done with the deal between labor and capital and also frankly across society. the german reaction to the recession was sensitive laypeople of, everybody would effectively take a pay cut of 30%. it takes a lot of social unity to have that. having said that, i think it's going to take more than going to the social democracy of northern europe because you're feeling tensions also in northern european countries and you'd be surprised at the extent to which this whole discourse we are having could have the same discussion in berlin and particularly in berlin but the germans are realizing this in a way they didn't hollow at the middle class. they did the rest of your. they are the china of the e.u. that's one way to do it. the only other thing i might say, which is funny and the reaction i liked in my book, senior european goldman sachs guy who i quoted my book sent me an e-mail sayi
silence in ecuador. he is wanted for questioning in sweden over allegations of sexual assault, but the price tag has cost the taxpayer over $3 million. >> he is the man that shot to fame for selling state secrets when he website released confidential american cables. in 2010, to swedish women accused him of sex crimes. faced with extradition, he fled to the embassy saying the swedish authorities did not guaranteed not to send them to the u.s.. to promote a new book he has written, he speaks out. >> the swedish government refuses to behave in a way that is at all normal, rational, were reasonable. that is why i have been granted political asylum. >> they say he must face questioning. they are outside the embassy 24 hours a day, waiting to arrest him the moment he walked out. it has cost 21 million pounds and counting. he is reported to be eating a lot of take away food, running on a treadmill and using a special lamp to get vitamin d. he appeared in robust health despite suggestions that he is suffering from a chronic lung condition. he did not like being asked about it. >> the
's lawyer is hopeful he will soon be granted permanent residency in sweden. the power of television. >> george: and the power of prayer. we hope you enjoyed the show. >> wendy: until next week, from all of us here, good-bye and god bless you. rved meritoriously in iraq, d has the medals to prove it. rpsman richard stokely took e skills he learned in vietnam
out in sweden. >> this year, the chairman of the afghanistan independent human rights commission is one of the recipients. she is an advocate of women's rights in the muslim world. let's get a closer look at her work. >> this is the worst is behind thick walls and barbed wire. she heads the country's independent commission -- independent human rights commission, a dangerous job. she says the work has only just started. >> i think that in a country which is going through different warfare and a lot of violence, this country and the people in this country are really traumatized. >> moving to pakistan, she returned in 2002. >> i was shocked at the level of party. >> she became minister for women's affairs, but she was forced to retire after criticizing sharia law. germans optimistic because afghanistan has so many strong women. >> imagine that they survived 35 years of war. they saw the destruction of their houses, the killing of their children -- has been, relatives, members of their families, but they survived. >> she knows there's so much to do. girls' schools are being shut down
of sexual assault to sweden. well, the mayan calendar's big day has dawned, and you probably heard all about the chatter about the end of the 5000-year era for the lions. there has even been talk about aliens coming and saving people from the end of the world. >> but in countries exposed to the ancient maya culture, in south america for example, a transition from one calendar cycle to another has a spiritual meeting. rituals have been held at various historical sites to mark the occasion. continue. people gathered at ancient ruins like this temple in guatemala. weather or not thursday was the last night on earth or simply the end of the mayan calendar, people here were not going to sleep through it -- weather or not -- whether or not. >> we have to decide if we want to continue in the situation we are in theory to be complete human beings, we need to respect the land, the mountains, the forest, the lakes, rivers, the oceans. >> since yesterday, there have been traditional celebrations with my and dance and rituals, but the event has captured the imagination of people around the world, and it
including the ambassador to sweden. i asked him how significant it is. >> it is very significant because one of the highest- ranking officers that have affected so far, and this man is the head of the military police and he must know a lot of things that have been going on by the army, invading the cities and killing civilians and bombarding the area with chemical weapons. he has said homs was bombed with chemical weapons. this is his statement. i think he was in a position to do this because you have all the reports coming to him. >> is it really that significant given that bashar al-assad still can count the military in multiples of tens of thousands? he is getting help from the russians, the iranians, and also has fallen out of lebanon. he looks pretty secure and appears to be acting with impunity. >> you are right. we cannot forget the fact this person has a lot of information about the use of prohibited weapons, especially this thing about chemical weapons. we think -- we know obama said the west would not forgive the use of chemical weapons. he says there are a red line. i think this i
. >> uh-huh. this summer in sweden, and this person saw these kittens in this nest, and was amazed that they were just chilling up there. not knowing how they got up there, but they seemed to be quite cozy. >> i wonder how the bird feels when it comes back in the spring, hey, um -- this is our territory where we're supposed to be able to escape from cats. >> well, fortunately, the person that recorded this video also rescued the kittens. put them in a bag and brought them down. >> okay. good. >> so -- kittens are a-okay. you can see, very cozy in this bag right now. >> i was afraid you were going to say, mom was going to do like a bird. push them out and say, you've got to land on all fours. >> call 911. and this video, getting closer to christmas, santa's reindeer. >> oh! >> working their way to the north pole. >> warming up? >> getting close. >> stretching their legs. >> yes. >> that's cool. >> training. getting their cardio up. >> i didn't see rudolph. i was disappointed. >> too much of a big celeb. he's got to keep a low profile. >> he's like the bieber of reindeers. >> yeah. >
, sweden and denmark. which i am sure are one country. this thing is already very suspect. the economist says the index was compiled using 11 statistically ipped caters noting being rich helps more than anything else, but things like crime, trust and public institutions and health of the family life matter too. all of this raises a question, can dogs jump over bottles? >> well, that's all of the evidence i need. dogs cannot jump over bottles. bernard, this is supposed to measure which countries will provide the healthiest, happiest life. but can we trust this study at all? >> well, first of all, let me just say i am offended that the study is racist. >> racist? >> boy, i tell you what it feels so good to be sank sanctimonious. how do you quantify? how do you measure happiness? if you have plumming or a roof over your head? if you are white and uptight and near a ski resort? >> i am all those things. >> don't underestimate living in the bush in south america or in the south pacific with your coconut swinging in the air. >> the level of nirvana you achieve by walking nude in the jungle or
, not in terms of government spending. we're close to norway. we're not quite to sweden yet, but we basically are spending like europeans, but we're not taxed like that. the idea that you can close that gap, i think he figured out if he can make this level of spending permanent, he changes the united states into a european socialism democracy and he'll be the most congress consl president of the last hundred years. >> it seems like we're close. we're right on the edge with all of the predictable results. >> i think you can be spee den if you -- sweden. he's risking ruin on a scale unknown, and of course, the other obvious point is that the youeuropeans are only able to do that because in fact the us army lives in germany and actually picks up their defense tab. you can't do it -- there's nobody to bail out america the way germany's bailing out europe. >> john boehner was on the program the other night. he said hey, i wasn't consulted about this latest offer. i wish i was. this talk about republican conservatives, tea party members that were purged from certain committees because they had a cr
16th. three of the top five countries today are in scandal navy ya. norway, sweden, and denmark. look at the oold world economic forums competitive global index. the united states has fallen to seven in the latest rangings. finland and sweden are in the top five. look at corruption. the united states ranks 19th in the international transspirnlts index. denmark and finland are the cleanest. you can look at two things. america is losing its edge. each of these countries seem to dominate global rankingsly. why? what is their secret sauce? well, scandinavia is much more free market oriented than people realize. capital is allocated by the market. the government doesn't own companies. regulation is usually light. corruption is nonexistent. companies can hire and fire easily. labor moves around. but these countries do tax a lot and spend a lot on education, child care, health, and other things. now, a recent m.i.t. paper suggests there are limits to this model. it's called "can't we all be more like scandinavians." we've livglinked in paper. in brief it shows how they provide more benefits,
. the united states has fallen to seven in the latest ranks, finland and sweden are in the top five. or look at corruption, the united states ranks 19th in the comparative -- on the one hand, america has been losing us edge. but i'm also struck by the rise of scandinavia, a region that includes denmark, norway, sweden and if you broaden that definition, finland and iceland. these countries broad -- scandinavia is actually a much more free market -- capital is allocated by the market, the government doesn't own companies, regulation is usually light, corruption is nonexistent, companies can hire and fire easily, labor moves around, but these countries do tax a lot and spend a lot. on education, child care, health, and other things. now a recent mit paper suggests that there are limits to this model. it's called can't we all be more like scan nadinavians? brief it points out how the scandinavian welfare system provides a nun of benefits, more vacations, more health care, more equality. but when it comes to innovation, the u.s. still wins, for example if you look at patents filed for a million
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on this christmas morning right after this short break. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, sweden. he traded in his traditional sleigh ride fore >>> tough santa. let's see him popping a wheelie. santa showing off in sweden. he traded the traditional sleigh ride for a motorcycle. it didn't stop him from popping wheelies for the cameras. >> santa gets around doesn't he? >> some of the elves are dressing uplock santa -- up like santa. >> santa's already been here. >> guess what? he's got some pretty good weather here right now. >> he came to my house already. i've been so good that it was loaded with presents. >> he gave you this tie. >> he gave me the christmas tie today. >> you sure he gave you the tie today? >> i've been naughty. >> that was around last year. >> hey folks around the bay area today we got a serious storm headed in our direction. on this christmas day. lot of clouds pouring in across the skies right now not much in the way of rain although we are beginning to see a couple of rain drops show up in the north bay eight now. just some scattered showers out ahead of the main cold front. the winds are
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are delaying those plans. >>> winter will come eventually. so, here's a warning from sweden. one very unlucky driver leaving the car window open during a storm. filling his ride, yeah, with lots of snow. good luck digging out of that one. never seen that before. look at that. >> that's unfortunate. i'm not going to be able to make it to work today. >> try the defroster, dude. >>> now, for a look at road conditions. highways can be wet from charleston, south carolina, to savannah. and showers will dampen roads around louisville, omaha and des moines. a slick ride from seattle to portland. >> and a great day for those of you flying. there are no expected weather-related airport delays. we rarely have that. a blank slate today. good. >>> here in new york, a suspect has now been charged with murder for shoving a man to his death on the subway tracks. >> police say 30-year-old naeem davis admitted to pushing the victim after the two argued on the platform, as you see from that tape. the train is not believed to be anywhere near the station at the time. davis admitted he stayed on the platform and
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swedener, sophie hewett planning staff. [speaker not understood] this past thursday, november 15th. at the hearing after public comment, and fairly robust discussion, the commission passed resolution 18 747 recommending that the board of supervisors approve the proposed ordinance with several modifications. there has been some confusion since last thursday's hearing so i'd like to take this opportunity to clarify that the commission voted to support the proposed ordinance with a cap of 375 units on efficiency dwelling units. the commission's recommendation was to refine the concept of a cap and that was based on a lengthy discussion about when micro units would count toward the numeric cap, would it be at the time of entitlement, would it be at the time of construction, or perhaps at the certificate of occupancy. further, the commission discussed the reporting requirement and recommended that the board of supervisors clarify the content and the timing of the report [speaker not understood] amendments address that concern. the second modification proposed by the planning commission
around the world. but take a look at some interesting impersonators in sweden. they were spotted showing off their skill on >> a home in san diego has been decorated with 35,000 christmas lights. a neighbor took this video -- showing the huge display.. he says the family has set up elaborate displays for many years.despite power bills that run about a thousand dollars. >> there is nothing like watching a chef in action. this is a brand new hot spot. >> my china is the latest from a celebrity chef with modern chinese food right in front of your eyes. >> we want you toand discover. >> you can this set up close and watch the new bill master's. all while they are even blindfolded with the the new bill master's. check out this longevity total. the noodle master and they want to be able to come back and again and again and and have a dining experience. >> this person has been here for three times this week. >> i like this very much i have been experimenting. >> this amazing dumpling and the kung pau dungenuos and the fire in the wok cool cokctail... viki liviakis kron 4 >> we are going to we e
the streak alive, santa also popped a wheelie in sweden. really? he came to our area. this is video of santa and the reindeer water skiing up in port washington. >> that's the way to go, although that's chilly. >> i don't know about the wheeling. >> i don't know about the wheeling either, but i like the water skiing. >>> there's some pretty special stockings in one maternity ward this christmas. >> yeah. why these stockings had to be handled with tender loving care. we'll explain coming up. >>> i'm meteorologist mike massco. here we go. take a look, this is the snow burst that's into the city in just a shade under two hours. we'll talk about the snow, the rain, the everything coming up. >>reporter: snow is on the way, but fortunately no delays here on 97. i'll let you know what traffic looks like on 95 and 83 all coming up on "good morning maryland." ♪ i -- i got it, i got it made ♪ ♪ i got it made, i got it made ♪ ♪ i got it made fresh at subway ♪ ♪ breakfast made the way i say ♪ [ male announcer ] at subway, you got it made. try a steak, egg white & cheese, tricked out an
bump. >>> also why a school is in hot water after conducting a >>> a new study from sweden finds that people who were more likely to get the same cancer as their parents if their parents were diagnosed at a young age. researchers say knowing this could encourage healthier choices in life to ward off cancer. >>> a new study shows that some avoid taking drugs because of the way they look. they act the same as the brand-name counterparts. researchers say some patients who get generics are 50% more likely to stop taking those generic drugs. a change in color was also a factor in. >>> still ahead on news4, a school conducts a shooting drill. why the simulation is causing controversy. >>> and the search for a >>> a pro-gun group organized the del trace. we look at the timing and necessity of the event. >> since the newtown shooting, many have been questioning what can be done to better protect children or prevent another mass shooting like the one we saw two weeks ago. when you want the police, it 20, 40 minutes away. >>> he says people should be able to protect themselves. >> we're ob
bank news, sweden has lowered its key interest rate by 25 basis points to 1%. in a widely expected move. the central bank says it sees the repo rate remaining for the coming year. riksbank deputy swensen says he is pushing for heavier cuts. >>> in australia, the decision to lower rates at its december policy meeting appears to be a tight one. however, policymaker res more concerned by a quicker than expected slowdown in mining investment and the prospect of rising unemployment at home. >>> and finally, japan's prime minister told the governor of the country's central bank to consider adopting a the% inflation target. shinzo abe made that claim after meeting earlier today with masaki shirakawa. in the meantime, india's central bank has kept interest rates on hold despite government calls for an easing monetary policy. the rbi has indicated that it's likely to cut rates in the january to march period as inflation moderates. in response to that, the sensex still adding .6% perhaps on the news that more stimulus must be coming and the rupee is up 0.2 almost almost against the dollar. now, w
? >> right. we keep saying the cleanest shirt in the laundry. >> sweden just in the last half hour put out some figures which were surprising because of how many weaker they expect their unemployment forecast for 2014 to reach 8.3% from 6.7% growth outlook was cut significantly, as well. and at the same time, over the france where the thinker quarter gdp is showing growth of less than 1 is% for the whole 2012. stephane pedrazzi joins us now from paris. stepha stephane, not a great set of growth figures for france. >> no. that's because of the fourth quarter. now a contraction of 2% of gdp is being tracked. it believes the economy will improve marginally next year. its target, 1 mers increase for the first and second quarter of next year mainly because of flat consumer spending. you know consumer spending is the main growth driver in france, raising the prospect of the weaker expected growth next year again. the officials target for the government is at 0.8%. we might be below this target and if that's the situation, the government will need to find additional resources of budget cuts. this
in sweden. and they have managed to create a portal in ways. i met a kid whose mother was an aris -- was a nurse. we are the only profession that admits we are failing in what we're doing for our kids and we all go home at 3:00. there has to be a way to think differently about the dimensions of the challenge. i think technology is part of that problem. about to go back to what condie started. as important as music and art and global history is, to two cannot read into basic mathematics -- kids who cannot read or do basic mathematics will not do higher or critical thinking. we have to figure out how to build the foundation and then build on the foundation. tragically we are doing either. rex you began by pointing out the fact that we are falling behind. 30, 50 years ago we ranked a lot higher than we did in basic skills sets. -- we ranked a lot higher in basic skills sets. >> a cautionary note on the importation idea. one thing we clearly can learn is the point about teachers. the way the profession is treated, the people who go into the profession, the training people get, i was p
settlement construction. now, european nations including britain, spain, france, sweden, denmark, have all "summoned israeli ambassadors" to their capital cities in protest. officials say it is unlikely they will go through the more formal process of recalling their diplomats. david lee is live in jerusalem. how is israel's responding to this, david lee? >>reporter: a short time ago we talked to a source in the prime minister's office. he said and i quote, "the decision stands." what we talking about, and it is important we be clear, the 3,000 or so housing units you mention that would be in jerusalem as well as the west bank. israel, at the same time, made another decision saying in the planning stages, are another settlement expansion, this one in an area that the israelis identify as e1, 4 1/2 square miles outside of jerusalem and it is much more of a problem because the palestinians say if there is no construction in the area outside of jerusalem, they will not be able to have contiguous land and cannot have a palestinian state, and what they will be stuck with is, essentially, a crazy
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the message, and this programs of sistema happens in los angeles, in scotland, in sweden, in korea, in italy, in germany, not only los angeles in the states but it is happening in a lot of programs inspired by sistema, it is only to help that, you know, to develop the idea of music as a human right. >> rose: yes. >> it is a -- well, like this guy is talking about something really crazy. but i think art has to be an element of society, to be better citizens, to be a better human beings, we are not talking about something new. wwe can go back, you know, in times, you know, when art was an element, an essential element of the men. and that is something that we need in this -- >> rose: it speaks to who we are and what we want to become. >> exactly. especially in in very cultivated world where -- >> rose: yeah. >> where we have to build something better, something more sensible for -- >> rose: when you accepted the job at the la philharmonic, why there? >> one of my first commitments was at los angeles, after i won the competition,. i remember invited me. >> rose: the then conductor. >> exactly.
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